Drug-Free Help for Panic and PTSD Sufferers Now Available.

Drug-Free Help for Panic and PTSD Sufferers Now Available.

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Panic & PTSD Hypnotherapy Center San Diego provides Drug Free Solutions to Sufferers of Panic and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) over The Phone and in the San Diego, California Office.

San Diego? United States – June 23, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

The two wars overseas coupled with the recent school shootings and other violence has left indelible marks on those who have been affected.

PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, affects more than soldiers in the military. Students, teachers and others who have experienced serious trauma can be affected as well. Children growing up in an environment full of violence or emotional abuse, survivors of severe accidents or natural catastrophic events, and rape victims are just a few examples of possible causes for PTSD.

Pharmaceutical treatments are available, but many people do not like the side effects. Instead, they turn to counseling and alternative therapies. Pharmaceuticals do not treat the source of the problem. Hypnotherapy treats the underlying root causes and provides a longer lasting and usually permanent recovery.

Hypnotherapy continues to grow as an accepted method of treatment. Many who choose this option are already seeing the positive benefits.

There are professional studies conducted that have shown that hypnotherapy is equally as effective as cognitive behavioral therapies.

Panic & PTSD Hypnotherapy Center San Diego, offers full service alternative counseling. Judie Keys, CCH, is a certified clinical hypnotherapist who specializes in panic and PTSD. She has worked as a hypnotherapist for more than 22 years, 10 of which have been in San Diego, offering her alternative therapies to individuals seeking natural and drug-free non-traditional help.

“The most powerful force in the Universe is the human mind. The mind can be reprogrammed safely with hypnotherapy, NLP and other advanced techniques. This way, I help people return to their normal lives,” stated Keys.

Many do not realize it, but the effects of PTSD cause problems for more than the sufferer. Families and friends are often equally affected. Some sufferers do not seek treatment, but instead choose to self-medicate. Others fall into behaviors that keep them from moving forward in life.

“Self-medicating, using alcohol or drugs, is the worst thing someone with PTSD can do. It only masks the problem and the long term side-effects can be disastrous, from loss of family, job or even life. There is no shame in admitting that PTSD is an issue,” claimed Keys.

Panic & PTSD Hypnotherapy Center works with people from all walks of life. Clients are given tools and options to help themselves, while also having the benefit of alternative counseling.

Panic & PTSD Hypnotherapy Center offers both in-person and telephone treatment options for clients. Telephone sessions are a good choice for those who are out of the San Diego area, are housebound and others who suffer from these conditions.

“I am pleased to help anyone with panic and PTSD return to a happy, normal and healthy life with their families,” remarked Keys.

Additional information, including phone numbers, email and biographical information is available on her website. Visit www.thehealingtree.net.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.thehealingtree.net

Contact Info:
Name: Judie Keys CCH
Email: healerwoman@thehealingtree.net
Address: 1761 Hotel Circle South, Suite 356, San Diego, CA 92108 USA
Phone: (619) 961-7555
Organization: Panic & PTSD Hypnotherapy Center San Diego

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